Join The Evanston Chamber in Tuscany! Fall 2019 Trip to Tuscany
The Evanston Chamber of Commerce
October 10th - 18th, 2019
The Evanston Chamber of Commerce is offering a unique opportunity for community members to experience a taste of the true Tuscan culture. Through a partnership with the highly acclaimed CI Destinations, the Chamber will offer a fully escorted, cost-effective tour of the Tuscany region from October 10-18, 2019.
For the complete details and itinerary, click here!
All are welcome to take advantage of this wonderful travel opportunity which features visits to Florence, Pisa & Lucca, Siena, San Gimignano, Chianti Region, and Montecatini.
The trip is offered at $3,099 per person and includes round trip airfare, airline fuel surcharges, taxes and fees, seven nights at the Grand Hotel Tamerici, 10 Meals, sightseeing and admissions per itinerary, professional tour manager, baggage handling, and hotel transfers. There is also an optional two-night post tour extension of Rome available at an additional cost.
Tuscany is the most popular region in Italy. Tuscany offers its numerous visitors the best of all things Italian starting with fine art. The capital, Florence, is considered the cradle of renaissance, and now one of the richest cities of art and culture. Tuscany is famous for its world-class art collections, charming medieval hill towns, and sweeping hillsides full of vineyards. Tuscany is where you have to go if you want to stand in a room full of Botticelli paintings or gaze upon Michelangelo’s “David”. You can’t find the home of Chianti wine or the town that produced “Under the Tuscan Sun” anywhere else. The region’s hill towns will provide a beautiful backdrop for the perfect Tuscan holiday you’ve always dreamed of experiencing.
"This is a fabulous opportunity to grab a travel partner and escape to Tuscany. The trip concierge will have you and all of your needs, top of mind start to finish, to make this itinerary come to life for you and your guests. "We are thrilled to be able to offer this unique experience to our members and beyond." said Linda Larkin, Executive Director of the Chamber.